Best unitarian podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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We are a vibrant and lively congregation of people of all backgrounds and ageswho worship together in a beautiful 19th century church on St. Stephens Green in the centre of Dublin city in Ireland. This podcast is a collection (updated weekly) of sermons from our weekly Sunday services. There are seperate podcasts for Moments of Reflection and the Children's Story. Search for Dublin Unitarian Church.
 
Weekly podcasts of sermons delivered at First Unitarian Universalist Church of Austin. Our minister is Rev. Meg Barnhouse. At First UU Church of Austin, we gather in community to nourish souls, transform lives, and do justice. We are an inclusive liberal religious and spiritual community. We support each individual's search for meaning and purpose and join together to help create a world filled with compassion and love. All are welcome without the distinction of race, class, gender, sexual o ...
 
Sermons delivered by ministers and pulpit guests at Unity Church-Unitarian in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
 
Sermons Delivered at All Souls Unitarian Church, Tulsa
 
An audio-recording podcast of the sermons from our Sunday services.
 
Rev. James (Jay) Leach is the Senior Minister at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Charlotte in Charlotte, NC. His sermons offer a strong liberal voice on a wide variety of religious, philosophical, personal, and social issues.
 
Podcasts by Unitarian Universalist Church of Spokane
 
Whoever you are, wherever you are on your life's journey, you are welcome here
 
Embrace Joy; Enrich Connections; Encourage Growth; Empower Dreams
 
Sunday morning sermons from All Souls Unitarian Church, New York City.
 
We host a variety of speakers in our church, lay speakers from our congregation and from our community.
 
Sunday service recordings from the UU Church of Urbana-Champaign, Illinois (UUCUC). Unitarian Universalism is a progressive, liberal religion that embraces theological diversity. Unitarian Universalist congregations include atheists, agnostics, and believers, and do not share a creed, but are unified by a shared search for truth and meaning in our lives. The roots of Unitarian Universalism are in liberal Christianity, specifically Unitarianism and Christian Universalism. From these tradition ...
 
Weekly sermons from White Bear Unitarian Universalist Church (WBUUC) in Mahtomedi, Minnesota. For more information, visit: http://www.wbuuc.org
 
Learn how we offer salvation from those things that deny life or make life less whole.
 
Listen to each Sunday's sermon and occasional other reflections
 
Making a Difference In The World
 
Kensington Unitarians meet to share experiences, to learn from each other, to explore our diverse faiths, to welcome spiritual seekers and offer companionship on life's journey.
 
Promoting a just and sustainable world
 
Awakening Spirit, Nurturing Hope, and Inspiring Action
 
Sunday Services at the Minnesota Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, a liberal religious congregation in Bloomington, MN
 
First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco Sunday worship service sermon. Home of liberal spirituality for over 150 years, the Society welcomes people of all racial and religious backgrounds. Our Congregation includes gay, straight, transgendered, and questioning people. More information is available at www.uusf.org.
 
Weekly sermons from our Minister, Rev. Carol Bodeau, as well as lay members and guest speakers. Westside Unitarian Universalist Church is located in Knoxville, Tennessee.
 
The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Elkhart (UUFE) is a welcoming community encouraging religious freedom, nurturing individual spiritual and ethical growth, celebrating diversity, and promoting a just and sustainable world.Located in Elkhart, Indiana, UUFE is a religious and/or spiritual "home" for individuals and families throughout the Michiana area - drawing its membership from Elkhart, South Bend, Mishawaka, Bristol, Goshen, Middlebury, Edwardsburg, and the list goes on.
 
Podcasts of past sermons from All Souls Church Unitarian in Washington, D.C. All Souls is a diverse, spirit-growing, justice seeking community where all are welcome! Visit us online at http://www.all-souls.org.
 
The First Unitarian Congregation of Ottawa invites all those who seek after greater understanding and who are willing to work with others to build a better world to join us: for services on Sundays, for numerous volunteer efforts in our community at various times, and on this itunes account at any time, from anywhere. This podcast acts as an online home for the broadcasting and archiving of Sunday Sermons and other events taking place within the walls of our Congregation at 30 Cleary Avenue, ...
 
Sunday sermons and more from the Unitarian Universalist Church of Boulder, Colorado. Deepening Faith. Living Well. Enacting Justice.
 
Welcome to the First Unitarian Church of Dallas Sunday Sermon Podcast! We are a community that is genuinely inclusive, rationally spiritual, and joyfully deep, and we are happy to have you here.
 
Podcasts of Sermons from Foothills Unitarian Church. Rev. Gretchen Haley, Senior Minister & Rev. Sean Neil-Barron, Assistant Minister
 
Unitarian Universalist Church of Loudoun Sermons Listen to a wide variety of minister and lay led sermons from this vibrant church.
 
Rev. Christiane Heyde welcomes you to Sky Island UU. Sky Island UU is a welcoming congregation and a member of the Unitarian Universalist Association of Churches or UUA.
 
The Palomar Unitarian Universalist Fellowship is a liberal religious community, diverse and dynamic; nurturing mind, body and spirit; fostering compassion, peace and justice; caring for the Earth and the life that it sustains; building the Beloved Community.
 
Whoever you are, wherever you are on your life's journey, you are welcome here
 
Podcast of Sunday Services of the Unitarian Universalist Society of Oneonta, NY (UUSO.)
 
A weekly podcast of the sermon from the Sunday worship service at the Unitarian Church of Vancouver.
 
Sermons given by our minister, Dr. Russell Elleven, as well as guest ministers and Fellowship members
 
A podcast of Sunday sermons delivered by the Rev. Dr. Beth Johnson, Fellowship members and guests at the Palomar Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Vista, California. Founded in 1959 by primarily religious humanists who sought to create a place where each individual could explore and grow in freedom. Unitarian Universalism is a values-based liberal faith that emerged out of liberal Christianity, but has grown to be broadly inclusive theologically. If you value a caring and dynamic communit ...
 
Welcome to the audio archive of the First Unitarian Society of Madison, Wisconsin.
 
A Liberal Religious Voice in the Merrimack Valley since 1847
 
Cedar Lane is a liberal and welcoming congregation in Bethesda, Maryland. Look for our podcast in the Podcasts app or in the iTunes Store.
 
Join us every Sunday for a sermon by a minister at First Unitarian Portland.
 
Unitarian Universalism does not have a mandatory set of beliefs or a restrictive creed. Each member is free to seek religious and spiritual development according to the dictates of conscience and intellect. As a member fellowship of the Unitarian Universalist Association, the San Marcos Unitarian Universalist Fellowship promotes The Principles and Purposes of the Unitarian Universalist Association in our Fellowship life and in our individual lives.
 
Weekly service from the First Unitarian Church of Victoria
 
Deepen. Connect. Engage
 
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December 6th, 2016 - The "Doing Our Work" Series continues in Greensboro, North Carolina as multiple presenters discuss the task of moving the institutions we are a part of towards anti-racism work. Presenters include Audra Apt of the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina; Cindy Dillard of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Greensboro; John de ...…
 
Easter is one of the holiest days in the Christian liturgical calendar, a time when Jesus was said to be resurrected. This morning we explore what it means to Unitarian Universalists to rise up--to lift ourselves from mere routine and be transformed from despair into joy and gratitude. Intro and Outro music “Hope and Peace” provided via Creativ ...…
 
Failure to recognize this fundamental truth has been one of humankind's gravest shortcomings, and a source of great suffering.
 
Disillusionment leads to "the dawning," which leads to "the turning" which leads to "the search" which takes one eventually on a mystical path which is the "Walk With Love" on the path of the spirit. The first milestone on this "Walk With Love" on the path of the spirit is trust and faith.
 
Download this episode (right click and save) by Reverend Patricia Hart and Maura Garin Worship Associate Do Unitarian Universalists pray? The answer, of course, is: “Yes, some of us pray. In lots of different ways…” On this Christian Holy Day of Palm Sunday, we will look at the role of prayer, centering, meditation and practice in this creed-le ...…
 
As a religious community, we are dedicated to caring for the overall well-being of members and friends. How do we hold each other in care, attending to the safety of minds, bodies, and spirits? Our offering benfitted the UU Berks Food Pantry. Intro and Outro music “Hope and Peace” provided via Creative Commons License by HookSounds.…
 
The Universalist part is about universal love, forgiveness and acceptance and most of us are on board with that message. But why are we Unitarians? So many of us don't believe in God and don't feel we need to respond to the idea of the trinity as our ancestors did. Come learn about why we still claim the name Unitarian.…
 
After disillusionment, the dawning, the turning, the search, the seeker winds up sooner or later on the "walk with Love." Jesus said that the way to the kingdom is "to love as I have loved."
 
March 18, 2018 Legend says Saint Patrick drove the snakes out of Ireland. But the snake is a Pagan symbol, and scholars consider the tale an allegory for St. Patrick’s purge of Pagan beliefs, and Christian subjugation/conversion of the Celts. Flanked by St. Patrick’s Day and the Pagan celebration of nature’s rebirth at the vernal equinox, we’ll ...…
 
This morning's service celebrates a diversity of stories in our religious community. Together the congregation will build a cairn to express the uniqueness of our individual gifts and the collective power of our being in community. Photo compliments of the Mannix family. Intro and Outro music “Hope and Peace” provided via Creative Commons Licen ...…
 
Kathy Carter, historian for the Universalist Unitarian Church of Peoria and chair of the church's 175th anniversary committee, joins the Journal Star's Steve Tarter for another Tarter Source podcast. Established in 1843, the church is one of the oldest in Peoria. The church moved in 2005 from its longtime location near the UnityPoint-Health Met ...…
 
1. Rufus Wainwright - Taft Theatre - 3/16 2. Walnut Hills High School - Sing for a Cause - 3/18 3. Alan Barnes - First Unitarian Church - 3/18 4. Richie Ramone - Southgate House Revival - 3/23 5. Bobby Mackey - 70th birthday celebration at his club - 3/23 & 3/24 6. Carmon DeLeone & the New "Studio Big Band" - The Greenwich - 3/25 7. Tommy Stins ...…
 
On knowing ourselves and setting limits.
 
Play Room: Making Space for Transformation Growing up, did you have a favorite play space? As we age, making room for play becomes a challenge. But in truth fun, creative, adventurous activities are essential to our well being, physically, emotionally and spiritually; play, like faith, teaches us to take risks and explore new ways of being in t ...…
 
Sometimes it feels like the world is determined to tear us apart, to set us against each other, to isolate us from one another. What can we do to recognize the threadsconnecting us, to weave stronger strands of relationship, to value the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a small and vital part?…
 
Reflections on March’s theme of “humility” — and how we balance our individuality with our need for and obligation to one another.
 
We begin this month by celebrating the circle of our congregationBy minister@ucwc.org (Rev. Dan Schatz).
 
For this episode our hosts chatted with Rev. Jake Morrill and Rev. Dr. Kelly Murphy Mason about Unitarian Universalist Christianity. This is the first in a series of shows we will be doing about the many faiths practiced within Unitarian Universalism. After this show the VUU hosts recognized that the discussion centered a white Christian UU len ...…
 
February 18, 2018 The founder of the Revolutionary Love Project, Valerie Kaur, points out that all of the world’s great spiritual teachers call people “to practice love beyond family and tribe.” Such love is (r)evolutionary, and we’ll explore some forceful cases of this love enacted. By Unitarian Universalist minister Rev. Peter Farriday…
 
Today's speaker is Rev. Dr. Paula R. Cannon Gable, Interim Minister at First Unitarian Church of Cleveland. She writes: "As our congregations continue to explore our future together, I am inspired by the possibilities of co-creating something new. At the same time, I'm aware of potential stumbling blocks. As a person who almost literally eats, ...…
 
A Message for the Future Elly Fong-Jones February 25, 2018 I came up to the pulpit today to talk to you about climate change, because it is the most pressing and critical issue facing us today, but also to talk about what we can do about it, because this is a UU congregation and we believe in the power of action. First, though, I’m going to tal ...…
 
The world is so loud, and its demands come so fast, that sometimes we struggle to hear the inner voice that calls us each to deeper truth. How can we clear away space to listen to our own deepest selves?
 
Each of us drinks from wells we did not dig, and digs wells from which others do or will drink. Join us this morning as we reflect on those who prepared the way for us and those for whom we are preparing the way.
 
Recorded live Sunday, February 18th, 2018 , The Song Only You Can Sing, by the Reverend Florence Caplow and Laura Robinson. We honor Dr. Cindy Wakeland, our departing RE Director, for her more than five years of faithful service to our children and our church. Click to play this service recording, or subscribe to our podcasts in the iTunes stor ...…
 
http://jeffersonunitarian.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/20180211_1S.mp3 “We are enamored of champions because they seem to have something we don’t have. But that impression is false. As individuals, each of us has the capacity to be a champion. As a religious institution we have the same capacity. During this service we will look at: What a ch ...…
 
Communities of Colorfulness How to Finally End White Supremacy and Racism in America Rev. Dr. Todd Eklof podcast by Unitarian Universalist Church of Spokane
 
Reflections on February’s theme of “love,” and what love calls us to do as people of faith.
 
To live from a radical center of love is prophetic, creating a new path forward. What is the world you want to create? How will you inhabit it? Musical text will be “I Wanna Believe” by Climbing Poetree. This was Rev. Louise’s last day with us.
 
http://jeffersonunitarian.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/20180204_1S.mp3 A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step, Lao Tzu told us more than two milenia ago. What else is reguired for a long journey?
 
Join us this morning as we begin an exploration of what it means to be a people of perseverance. How can we take one more step, say one more word or prayer, or sing one more song when we have lost faith, lost hope, or lost our way?
 
Today, we’ll offer our gratitude to members of the Covenant Task Force for their hard work and reflect on the ordinary, sometimes painful places from which truth-tellers and world-changers arise.
 
The idea of living with intention may evoke images of vision statements and goal-setting sessions, bold planning for a bright future. It takes a different kind of intention to slow down, to turn off the goal-oriented thinking, quiet our minds and see what emerges.By Rev. Libby Smith.
 
January 28, 2008 This Sunday’s service explains how different levels of spiritual consciousness create differing social and political visions—and shows clearly that to create the beloved community extolled by Dr. King, “higher is better.” by Unitarian Universalist minister Rev. Peter Farriday
 
During the winter holidays, I hear of many lights. Hanukkah flames, the Yule log, solstice rituals that balance light and dark, and lights on trees inside and out, houses, wreathes and Advent candles. Today, that other great light from the Christmas legends, the star which the planetarium might say was a conjunction of planets, but to the Roman ...…
 
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